January 25-26, 2008
731 State St., Madison, WI
C.S. Lewis was an inspiration and a help to many during the late 20th century, and many suspect that he may be equally helpful in the 21st century.
Where is C. S. Lewis’s thought helpful to us as we face the problems of the 21st century,and where does his thought need to be supplemented, extended or challenged?
You won’t want to miss this exciting and important conference!
- Tom Key’s one-person perfomance of “Screwtape in Person”
- Gilbert Meilaender, Valpariso University, “Preserving Our Humanity: C. S. Lewis and ‘The Abolition of Man
- David Downing, Elizabethtown College, “The Ransom Trilogy and the
- Oldest Temptation: ‘Ye Shall Be As Gods'”
- Mark Linville, Atlanta Christian College, “C. S. Lewis and the Revival of Ethical Naturalism”
- Crystal Downing, Messiah College, “Male and Female God Created Them: Dorothy L. Sayer’s Challenge to C. S. Lewis”
- “C. S. Lewis on Stage” by Tom Key
Click here to see the full agenda and to register
Adults, $50; Students, $25. Some scholarship aid available. Tom Key’s performances Friday, Jan. 25, and Saturday, Jan. 26, are free and open to the public. However, contributions will be accepted to defray expenses.
New College Madison is an experiment in prophetic inquiry focusing on ethical issues arising between the church and the university. 712 Harrison Street, Madison, WI 53711 Tel. (608) 442-5829